So I'm trying to get back into brewing after a several year hiatus.
After snagging some goods I got all excited and jumped with both feet into an all grain batch, which I'd never done.
I didn't stop to think that I live in the foothills with no air conditioning. My house gets hot in the day time and pretty cold at night.
I'm making an attempt at an oatmeal stout using Wyeast's British Ale Yeast.
I pitched at about 8pm and put it in the coolest room in the house. I would say the house was at 70 and then dropped down to lower 60s until about 8am the next day when it started climbing and peaked at about 83 or 84. Then the next night it of course dropped down to low sixties.
After bubbling furiously away for the first 36-ish hours, it has now calmed down to near silence.
Assuming that it is going to continue to yo-yo temp for now, what can I expect to happen to my little project? Are there things I can do to mitigate any bad effects?